Sunday, August 31, 2008

In Defense of Free Speech

Alex Jones is a radio talk show host and documentary film maker based in Austin, Texas. He is a paleo-conservative, and he investigates political and social figureheads around America in order to uncover the inner workings of American and likewise global political structure.

While I don’t agree with him on many things, I do respect him and trust him as a news source. He claims and appears to be a Christian, and he frequently mentions the God of the Bible on his radio show.

Michelle Malkin is one of the people that Alex Jones has investigated, and he isn’t exactly thrilled about her.

Malkin wrote a book, “In Defense of Internment” in 2004, explaining why she thinks Americans should be put in camps due to their “ethnicity”. She compares and defends the internment of U.S. citizens during WWII with the modern “War on Terror”. She also defends the governments use of un-Constitutional measures to "ensure our safety".

It is unquestionably illegal and un-American to lock up legal citizens simply because of their ancestry. While I understand the reasoning for it in the past, there is no excuse for it, then or now. Just my opinion, but I think I’m right.

Alex Jones confronted Michelle Malkin on her controversial views at the DNC protests. The exact details are sketchy, and I don't want to get any of the facts or timelines wrong, so I’ll let the videos speak for themselves. These videos are taken from different angles.







To be honest, I saw Malkin on FOX News years ago, and I always liked her seemingly "conservative" views, but this was before I knew about her Fascist ideologies.

1 comment:

Stephen Boyd said...

Very interesting!

Thanks for posting it.

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